Larry Harris, 66, of Willcox, allegedly claimed to be a detective and ordered the unarmed Guardsmen out of their vehicles at gunpoint, according to reports.
An attorney for Nathan Sutherland said the evidence should be tossed because Phoenix police officers didn’t get a warrant or have probable cause to take his client’s DNA and instead relied on a court order with a lesser standard of proof to gather the evidence.
Teresa Ferrin discovered the Purple Heart — along with several other military awards — at a thrift shop in Phoenix where she volunteers once a week.
He’s admitted to 19 mob killings, he brought down crime boss John Gotti, survived two stints in prison, and lived under the constant threat of the mob putting a hit on him, but Salvatore "Sammy the Bull" Gravano says he’s never left the life -- it’s a blood oath until the day you die. FOX 10’s John Hook reports.
The Phoenix, Mesa, Tempe, and Chandler Police Departments partnered with Homeland Security and the Arizona Attorney General's Office for "Operation Broken Hearts," an undercover operation targeting sexual predators engaged in child sex crimes and human trafficking, authorities said on Feb. 19.
The incident happened near 7th Avenue in Phoenix, and now, the suspect is under arrest.
Coming with the certification, Arizona voters chose to make recreational marijuana legal in the state by passing Proposition 207. What's this mean for the workplace?
Scientists in Arizona have discovered fossils belonging to an undiscovered reptile in Petrified Forest National Park.
A grand jury has indicted a man in connection with the death of his stepdaughter Alissa Turney, who disappeared in 2001.
It was a Valentine's Day surprise for the widow of Show Low's former Mayor, Randy Tenney. He died back in December after a four-month battle with brain cancer, but Debbie Tenney got a special delivery from her late husband that she never expected.
FOX 10 has obtained court documents that revealed graphic details surrounding the murder of three children in South Phoenix Monday night.
Police say a woman has been arrested after she admitted to killing her three children at a South Phoenix home Monday night.
Three-year-old Makhi from Missouri said a prayer for his preschool classmates before they shared lunch together.
An Arizona lawmaker has filed a bill that would require public school students to recite the Pledge of Allegiance every day in class.
Phoenix Police officials say two kittens that were soaked with gasoline are now receiving care at the Humane Society.